Small Car FAIL- Just Tie it To The Roof Edition

In Romania the cars are small, and apparently the drywall is big. This of course goes against the speculation that if you can afford a home with high ceilings, you can also afford the Home Dacia delivery service.

The bad thing is, if he runs into something, he’ll just have to go back and get more drywall. Note that either they park on the sidewalks there, or the cars are scattering in his path.
Image source: [Psychodad]

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  1. Deartháir Avatar

    I fail to see anything wrong with that, he's clearly doing just fine.

    1. Robert Emslie Avatar
      Robert Emslie

      If you drive it like a sail boat.

      1. Deartháir Avatar

        Or a submarine.
        "Increashe shpeed to flank, make calculationsh for thir-rty knotsh."

        1. BrianTheHoon Avatar

          "Be careful Ryan, shome things in there don't react well to bulletsh."

    2. JeepyJayhawk Avatar

      Sure would be a shitty time for the GPS to flake out.

      1. CypressCarNut Avatar

        clearly he thought that if he ran into another vehicle, it would just drive over the roofline. the sheets make a perfect ramp

        1. JeepyJayhawk Avatar

          Coming to YouTube soon…

  2. BGW, Capt (Ret.) Avatar

    My grandfather believed steadfastly that anything could be strapped to the roof of and safely transported by damn near any car. Drywall/paneling atop a '78 Fairmont, A roomful of rolled-up carpeting riding a '86 Celebrity or a heavy, vintage 7-foot couch perched precariously atop a '84 Citation*, if you could think it, he could haul it. Truck? We don't need no stinkin' truck.
    *Incidentally, he swore the extra 100 rooftop pounds didn't hurt the Citation's performance. Given that he tossed it off into a ditch shortly thereafter, I'm wondering if the couch didn't help things considerably.

    1. JeepyJayhawk Avatar

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      1. BGW, Capt (Ret.) Avatar

        Well, y'see, that's just ridiculous. Everyone knows that's a job better suited to a 1991 Dodge Dynasty.

        1. JeepyJayhawk Avatar

          What would you carry siding on then?

          1. BGW, Capt (Ret.) Avatar

            I'd say a bright red 2003 Dodge Neon purchased on a whim because the saleslady was wearing a very low-cut top. The sunroof adds extra tie-down points, y'know.

  3. Maymar Avatar

    I'm pretty sure that's a Hyundai Santa Fe, making that some really big drywall.
    Still, as someone who's wedged a mountain bike in the back of a Ford Escort (with the front wheel on), I salute this guy for doing far more with his car than its size would dictate.

    1. EscortsForever Avatar

      Now my reply to this depends on what kind of scort that was.
      Hatchback or Wagon: piece of cake
      Sedan: How'd you pull that off? fold down the seats and stuff part of it into the trunk?

      1. Maymar Avatar

        Sedan – it took about 5-10 minutes of maneuvering the thing into the back seat. I can't remember if I had to roll down a window for one of the handlebars, but it fit.

        1. JeepyJayhawk Avatar

          I think the only thing that could be worse is a second gen VW Bug.

      2. Maymar Avatar

        Sedan – it took about 5-10 minutes of maneuvering the thing into the back seat. I can't remember if I had to roll down a window for one of the handlebars, but it fit.

  4. engineerd Avatar

    This reminds me of the Enterprise Rent-A-Car commercials. Not sure why.

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